Luxury Digs at Rio Celeste Hideaway

Travelers from around the world are starting to discover the wonders of Rio Celeste. The river’s stunning shade of blue, hiking trails, waterfalls, and wildlife have proven a great draw. But this doesn’t have to be a day trip. Rio Celeste Hideaway brings glamor and luxury to Volcán Tenorio National Park, offering a chance to spend more time exploring this unique piece of Costa Rica.

All rooms are spacious and located close to all hotel amenities. Photo by Andrés Madrigal.

Read More: Seven Reasons to Visit Rio Celeste

On the grounds, you’ll find 26 distinctive and spacious bungalows nestled among lush tropical gardens. Each bungalow is stylishly appointed and features a private deck that overlooks the surrounding rainforest, making it a great place to feel like you’ve left the rest of the world behind.

Remote Location, World-Class Luxury

But you haven’t left creature comforts behind. Rio Celeste Hideaway offers a wide range of high-end amenities, including a pool with a wet bar, a yoga deck, a small spa, and more.

Photo: Andrés Madrigal

The hotel’s restaurant, Kantala, is another highlight. It’s housed in a large, open-air wooden structure complete with a koi pond, fully stocked bar, and a menu that features fresh, local ingredients crafted into a wide range of delicious dishes.

Restaurant Kantala at Rio Celeste Hideaway Hotel. Photo by Andrés Madrigal.

If you want to visit Rio Celeste in Tenorio National Park (and yes, you want to!), the park’s entrance is a short walk from the hotel’s grounds. In fact, Rio Celeste Hideaway is the closest lodging to the park. Additionally, guests have access to a section of Rio Celeste that is not within the national park, so a short walk from the hotel will take you to an even less visited segment of the famous sky-blue river.

Even though Río Celeste is the main attraction, nature lovers of every stripe will enjoy time at the Hideaway, especially if they’re looking for a more peaceful (and restful) alternative to the more visited areas of Tamarindo, Playas del Coco, and La Fortuna.  

The hotel’s property also provides access to a section of Rio Celeste that is not within the park, a short walk from the hotel. The hotel concierge will be happy to arrange other tours of the area.

If you go:

Costa Rica: (506) 2206-4000

Canada & USA: 954-234-2372

Rooms feature one king or two queen beds. Photo: Andrés Madrigal
Bathrooms have a private garden with an additional outdoor shower. Photo: Andrés Madrigal
Photo: Andrés Madrigal
Yoga deck at Río Celeste Hideaway Hotel. Photo: Andrés Madrigal
Room with a view at Río Celeste Hideaway Hotel. Photo: Andrés Madrigal


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